Jesuit Institute London
inspiration, resources and training for schools
 

The Jesuit Institute is a partnership of Jesuits and lay people in the UK who provide inspiration, resources and training for schools.

The Jesuit Institute helps governors and school leaders, teachers and support staff, parents and pupils, with the aim of “improvement in living and learning for the greater glory of God and the common good.”(St Ignatius Loyola, cf. Constitutions n.440)

The eleven Jesuit schools in Britain work together better to understand, promote and live out the vision and spirit of St Ignatius Loyola in education.

The Jesuit Institute shares resources and good practice from around the world and creates and commissions new resources for schools.

The Jesuit Institute works with other Christian and Catholic schools.

 

Noticeboard
updated on 12 November 2018

New Resources
Chaplain's Toolbox
Christmas Carol Service
Night of Light

RE Resources
RE resources from Charles Beach for November 2018. [posted 29.10.18]
RelEdWeb

Eucharistic Adoration
The Jesuit Institute has produced a new resource on eucharistic adoration and benediction in schools. [date posted 9.10.18]
Eucharistic Adoration

JPP Virtues - Nov/Dec 2018
The virtue focus of the Jesuit Pupil Profile in the second half of this term (Nov/Dec) is faith-filled and hopeful. [posted 6.10.18]
JPP Faith-filled & Hopeful resources

The Examen
More resources have been added to the Examen webpage. [posted 3.6.18]
Examen resources

Jesuits in Africa
Holy Boldness - the story of the Jesuits in Africa. [posted 1.6.18]
Holy Boldness

The Rio Papers
A new resource has been created around the 13 action points from the Rio Congress (October 2017). This booklet contains the key documents together with structured questions to get discussion and reflection started in your school. [date posted 15.5.18]
The Rio Papers

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